About Our Guest:
For 20 years, Eugenie Packer has worked for organizations of all sizes in the nonprofit sector by helping them design, develop, implement and oversee fundraising systems, business intelligence data projects and analytics platforms of varying complexity.
She has consolidated, migrated and transitioned enterprise database applications through capital campaigns and mergers. Prior to her tenure at Mount Sinai, Eugenie was the database manager at the New Museum in New York City.
With a background in the arts and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Brooklyn College, City University of New York, Eugenie is recognized for her exceptional data visualization and information design and for giving the same attention to the white space around the report as the content of the report
Pragmatic Institute, with The Data Incubator, is excited to announce the second webinar in our “Women in Data” series. Eugenie Packer is the Senior Director of Development Systems and Analytics at Mount Sinai Health Systems and a graduate student in statistics, as well as a Data Advisory Board member at Pragmatic Institute.
She has designed, developed, implemented and overseen fundraising systems, business intelligence data products, and analytics platforms at organizations of all sizes. However, data wasn’t always her primary focus: Eugenie brings a background in the arts and a Master of Fine Arts to her work.
In a conversation with Pragmatic Institute VP of Marketing and Product Strategy Rebecca Kalogeris, learn about Eugenie’s experience at the intersection of data, information design and fine art; how she’s made transitions and overcome obstacles in her career journey, and her best advice for other women seeking to make an impact in the data landscape.
We can’t wait to see you there!
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